If you are hoping to learn about where to buy wine, liquor, and beer in Rome you have definitely come to the right place. Our alcohol guide will try to cover the topic in as detailed of a way as we possibly can so that you can make the right decision on how to proceed.
A list of the best liquor stores and wine shops in town will get us going. Anyone that is ready to go pick up a bottle of vodka, tequila, wine, or a case of beer will get their info quick and be ready to head out the door.
Up next we will dive into the best breweries and beer bars near you, and a list of Rome wine bars will follow that up. Wineries and vineyards in your area will get a shout out, and we will wrap this up by mentioning some of the best local happy hours where you can buy cheap alcoholic drinks after your work day ends.
Towards the end you will find an alcohol map for the area with all of the various venues we are mentioning pinned on it. And everyone is welcome to read some of our other blogs about where to grab a drink in this part of the world.
Best Liquor Stores & Wine Shops In Rome
Whether you want to buy a case of beer, some vodka, tequila, wine, or just about any other alcoholic drink you should be able to get them at any of these best liquor stores and wine shops in Rome:
- Whisky & Co at Via Margutta, 29
- Alchemist at Via di S. Francesco a Ripa, 53
- Le Bon Bock Shop at Viale dei Colli Portuensi, 165
- Enoteca Buccone at Via di Ripetta, 19/20
Whisky & Co is an elegant boutique in the heart of the Roman Trident with a showroom full of rare and exclusive bottlings but it is also a cultural reference point in the world of whiskey. You can visit their store Tuesday through Saturday from 11:30am to 6:30pm.
Since the 1930’s Alchemist has been selling liqueurs, spirits, and mixology equipment. Le Bon Bock Shop provides whiskey, spirits, select beers, and wines.
Breweries & Beer Bars In Your Area
When you want to go sample some new suds or just watch the game with some pals these local breweries and beer bars are a great option:
- Jungle Juice Brewing & Taproom at Via del Mandrione, 109
- Hey Hop Garbatella at Piazza Bartolomeo Romano, 4
- But What Have You Come to Do at Via Benedetta, 25
- Eternal City Brewing at Via del Ponte Pisano, 84
- Wolf Artisans of Beer at Piazzale delle Gardenie, 6
- Delirium Cafe Roma at Via di S. Francesco a Ripa, 164
Jungle Juice Brewing & Taproom is a local craft brewery in your downtown area that specializes in beverages inspired by the American hop-forward world and the classic styles of Belgian beer. However their horizons have increasingly broadened with unconventional brewing applications.
If you want to enjoy an excellent selection of national and international beers head to But What Have You Come to Do. There are always new events featuring guest brewers and microbreweries from your area.
Eternal City Brewing has been creating beer in an artisanal and traditional manner since 2013 with over 10 different types of beer utilizing both high and low fermentation methods. Delirium Cafe Roma serves a huge range of Belgian craft beers, cocktails, and delicious tapas along with a daily happy hour of aperitifs from 6pm to 9pm.
Wine Bars In Rome
Wine bars in your area are a great place for a date, a business meeting, or to hang out with a big group of friends:
- The Oak Wine Bar at Via di Vigna Fabbri, 25
- The Goccetto at Via dei Banchi Vecchi, 14
- Wine Concept at Via Capo d’Africa, 21
- Cul De Sac at Piazza di Pasquino, 73
- The Botticella of Poggi Giovanni at Via di Tor Millina, 32
- Astemio at Via Cavour, 93
- Rimessa Roscioli at Via del Conservatorio, 58
Cul De Sac boasts more than 1,500 wines for tasting and there are also heated outdoor tables available. Enjoy delectable meals from appetizers and paté to the first-course menu, a wide selection of cold cuts and cheeses, and a variety of desserts to be paired with high-quality sweet wines.
The Botticella of Poggi Giovanni is a great place to go for a pre-dinner drink or a post-dinner nightcap. They feature a diverse collection of craft beers on tap, wonderful cocktails, fantastic wines, hard-to-find liquors, and all major sporting events on a big screen.
You may have a full dining experience with some of the best Italian wines and tasty dishes at Rimessa Roscioli. There is vegetarian and gluten-free food available as well as daily tasting dinners at 5pm and 8pm.
Wineries & Vineyards Near You
While these wineries and vineyards may not be right in town they are worth the drive:
- Fiorano Farm at Via di Fioranello, 34
- Antonelli Carlo & Figli Winery at Via di Tor Pagnotta, 364
- Terre del Veio at Via Formellese, 173/d
- Cantine Santa Benedetta at Via Frascati Colonna, 35
Cantine Santa Benedetta is one of the oldest wineries near you that produces wine and extra virgin olive oil. They have been manufacturing red grape varieties for over 40 years and provide a private lesson on wine and oil tasting in their beautiful vineyard.
Of course there are also some incredible vineyards around Italy and that link covers some of the best.
Best Local Happy Hours
These happy hours in Rome can be a great option to buy cheaper alcoholic drinks after work when you need to unwind:
- VinAllegro at Piazza Giuditta Tavani Arquati, 114
- Drink Kong at Piazza di S. Martino Ai Monti
One of the best happy hours near you can be found at VinAllegro from 6pm to 9pm which has wine, beer, or cocktails plus a buffet of appetizers. Great cocktails and food served late into the evening make Drink Kong a great option in a super central neighborhood.
Don’t miss the local happy hours at Eternal City Brewing from our best breweries and beer bars list.
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Enjoy Drinking Wine, Liquor, & Beer In Rome
For the time being that is all we have to share but check back in because we will do our best to keep this page updated. After reading about all of those local liquor stores, wine shops, breweries, beer bars, wine bars, wineries, vineyards, and happy hours near you we think you are ready to accomplish your goal.
Do us a favor and mention if we got anything incorrect or if any of the above places have closed down in the comments so we can keep the lists up to date. Now have fun drinking wine, liquor, or beer in Rome.